|1.||Determination of the High School Students' Decision-Making Styles and Self-Esteem in Decision Making According to Some Variables|
doi: 10.5505/jiasscience.2020.47966 Pages 1 - 10
The aim of this study is to examine the self-esteem and decision-making levels of sports high school students studying in Karaman Province in terms of some variables. The model of the research is descriptive, one of the quantitative research methods. The research group consists of 140 adolescent students studying in high schools. The “Adolescent Decision-Making Scale” developed by Mann, Harmoni and Power (1989) was used. The Skewness-Kurtosis normality distribution test was used to determine whether the measurements were suitable for normal distribution. It showed normal distribution in all dimensions according to the Skewness-Kurtosis technique. As a result, t-test and One-way-Anova tests were applied since all dimensions showed normal distribution. POST HOCK Sheff tests were used to determine the source of the difference. The SPSS (Statistical Package for Social Sciences) package program was used to evaluate the data and find the calculated values. According to the results of the study, it was concluded that the students' self-esteem, complacency, panic and cop out levels in decision-making from sub-dimensions are over the middle level, and their cautious or selective levels are mid-level. While a significant difference was found according to the variables of the students' age, class and mother's education level according to personal characteristics, no significant difference was found according to other variables.